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post #1291 of 2478
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I'd try an adjustment period before cracking open the wallet for another beating.

I agree.  Your ears will likely adjust.  

post #1292 of 2478
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Originally Posted by gefski View Post


On the cheap at most home centers, black rubber stoppers, put a felt pad on the bottom, gives over 1 inch.


Does the Lyr or Bifrost really get that hot that they need that much spacing between the two?

post #1293 of 2478
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Are you saying that someone should upgrade their ears? :D

I can't wait for the day where I can start chopping off limbs to replace them with cybernetic organisms that have super strength and reflexes. Might as well extend this to ears.

post #1294 of 2478
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Does the Lyr or Bifrost really get that hot that they need that much spacing between the two?

No. They were engineered to stack on top of each other with the feet provided by Schiit. The reason it's popping up as a question is because I'm planning on putting my Lyr on top of my Asgard2 which will be on top of my Bifrost Uber. A triple stack, if you will. That, I don't think it was designed for which is why the question popped up.

post #1295 of 2478
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Does the Lyr or Bifrost really get that hot that they need that much spacing between the two?

The Lyr gets warm but not so much for the Bifrost.  I stack my Lyr on top of my Bifrost using the little stick on pads.  No issues for me.

post #1296 of 2478

I wouldn't put anything on top of my Asgard... Maybe you could put it on its side and Lyr on top of Bifrost?

post #1297 of 2478

I don't think I would stack those on top of each other either.

post #1298 of 2478
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Originally Posted by roguegeek View Post
 

No. They were engineered to stack on top of each other with the feet provided by Schiit. The reason it's popping up as a question is because I'm planning on putting my Lyr on top of my Asgard2 which will be on top of my Bifrost Uber. A triple stack, if you will. That, I don't think it was designed for which is why the question popped up.


Has anyone just called Schiit and asked?

post #1299 of 2478
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Has anyone just called Schiit and asked?

Men don't need no stinkin' direction! But, no.

post #1300 of 2478
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Men don't need no stinkin' direction! But, no.


lol I always found that saying with respect to instruction manuals funny and odd. I grew up with: "Real men read".

post #1301 of 2478
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lol I always found that saying with respect to instruction manuals funny and odd. I grew up with: "Real men read".

Yea I'll usually browse through one real quick before I do anything "out of the ordinary" just so I don't look like a dummy.

post #1302 of 2478
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Originally Posted by ben_r_ View Post


Does the Lyr or Bifrost really get that hot that they need that much spacing between the two?
I don't think it's "needed". (This is Valhalla) Having tube and class A amps around for 20+ years, it's just my habit to give them lots of space.

Actually I've always strongly disliked "stacking". That changed with Schiit because they are so cool looking.
post #1303 of 2478
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Originally Posted by Byrnie View Post
 

Yea I'll usually browse through one real quick before I do anything "out of the ordinary" just so I don't look like a dummy.


Yea I ALWAYS read entirely through a manual usually before I even touch the item. Im seriously the guy that buys a brand new car, gets home, reads through every page of all the manuals and goes back to the dealership and tells them about personal settings they were not even aware of to have changed for me. I just love knowledge.

post #1304 of 2478

Well as they say "RTFM" :biggrin:

post #1305 of 2478

I have to admit, I never read manuals. :D

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